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Tata Group to establish two Taj Resorts in Lakshadweep surpassing Maldives

These Greenfield projects, expected to be completed in 2026, will be undertaken by IHCL

The Indian Hotels Company Ltd., a subsidiary of the Tata Group, had initially revealed plans in January of the previous year to open two Taj resorts in Lakshadweep. These Greenfield projects, expected to be completed in 2026, will be undertaken by IHCL.

Puneet Chhatwal, MD and CEO of IHCL, expressed optimism about the potential of Lakshadweep, emphasizing its pristine beaches and coral reefs within the Arabian Sea. The two Taj resorts are anticipated to draw both international and domestic travelers to the region.


Suheli and Kadmat, chosen as the locations for the Taj resorts, are prominent tourist destinations within the Lakshadweep archipelago, consisting of 36 islands such as Bangaram, Agatti, Kadmath, Minicoy, Kavaratti, Suheli, and Kadmat.

IHCL provided details about the Taj resort on Suheli, featuring 110 rooms, including 60 beachfront villas and 50 water villas. Kadmat, also known as Cardamom Island, with its coral island status and sizable lagoon, will house a Taj Hotel with 110 rooms, comprising 35 water villas and 75 beach villas.

What attract Lakshadweep?

Lakshadweep, situated in the Arabian Sea, is renowned for its scenic beauty, encompassing exotic beaches, coral reefs, and lagoons.

One of the best place for water sports enthusiasts, offering activities such as scuba diving, windsurfing, snorkeling, surfing, water skiing, and yachting.

Prime Minister Modi, in a widely circulated tweet on January 4, expressed admiration for the breathtaking beauty of Lakshadweep. He underscored the tranquility of the region, describing it as mesmerizing and recommended it to those seeking adventure.

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